Ongoing showers and storms over western, and parts of central Kansas this morning. Beneficial rainfall for some, others will remain dry. Rainfall amounts should range from 0.10 to 0.50 inches. Scattered storms are still possible through the afternoon, however it doesn't look like a total washout today. There is a slight risk that some of these storms could produce severe weather with large hail being the primary threat. With the cloud cover and rain chances, highs will only manage the lower and middle 80s during the afternoon.
The upper level storm system responsible for the rain chance will move away from Kansas late Saturday night, so there might be a few showers and storms during the early evening, otherwise decreasing clouds after midnight. Overnight lows ranging from the upper 40s to the low 60s.
More sunshine will be around on Sunday. Highs will top out in the 80s.
Another storm system looks to arrive late Monday night into Tuesday. Highs will warm gradually through the work week.